If you were to disassemble the KB122 Chair and stack the various components of its frame, you would end up with a pile of metal that's just over 3 centimeters in height. You couldn't even call it a pile. This contemporary armchair has been manufactured from rigid sheets of stainless steel that measure an incredible 8 millimeters in width each.
The four primary parts slot together at only a few small points that you cannot even discern from a few paces' distance. The structure remains stiff and sturdy when you take a seat. Now, it may seem that KB's product is perhaps too flat and hard to be comfortable, but that's where the removable cushion comes in. The KB122 Chair is minimalist for aesthetics, but also for the weatherproof practicality of its use outdoors.
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